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June, 2019

Sat22Jun08:0017:00Indian Mud Run - Coshocton, OHIndian Mud RunActivity:Obstacle Course-Races (OCR)

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The Indian Mud Run is a fundraising event that takes place every June on the Saturday after Father’s Day. It is one of Ohio’s premiere mud run races. Racers come from all over the country and Canada to enjoy the Indian Mud Run.

The Indian Mud Run was started to help raise money for the Coshocton County Park District and the Friends of the Park non-profit organization.

Click Here: To learn more about The Friends of the Park or The Coshocton County Park District.

Featuring:
A challenging one of a kind course that is a natural trail with stone rock faces, water streams, and hills built in
Over 55 obstacles: including rock climbing walls, water slide, cargo nets, swims, hanging walls.
We have been told it is ONE OF THE BEST OBSTACLE COURSE RACES IN AMERICA.
Every racer will receive a t-shirt, drawstring bag, an awesome medal and a great time!
NEW THIS YEAR – TEAM CHALLENGE
At Indian Mud Run we don’t only care about the biggest team. We truly appreciate every OCR team’s loyalty, but we also think it’s important to recognize who has the most “BAD ASS TEAM” The Indian Mud Run team competition will determine the best and most “BAD ASS TEAM” by finishers. Teams can be as big as you want but only the top 7 placers (PRO and/or AGE COMPETITIVE) count towards the team score. This is geared towards established teams, but we will allow people to put all-star teams together. See Team Challenge rules in Team Challenge page.

Come get dirty with us at our next Indian Mud Run and help support the Coshocton County Park District fund!

INDIAN MUD RUN | 6.6 MILES
The Indian Mud Run is a competitive OCR race covering over 6 miles of rolling hills, steep elevations, mud, canals and natural rock formations. This course will challenge you with over 55 obstacles, both man-made and natural. Register in Men’s and Women’s Pro divisions or competitive Age Group Divisions.

IMR is a qualifying event for both the North American
OCR Championships and the OCR World Championships with the top 10 finishers qualifying.
Top 5 pro racers win American Indian made spears or tomahawks. Top 3 age group placers win an authentic American Indian made tomahawk. Top 15 finishers in Pro and each age group will be on next year’s shirt.

CHIEF’S CHALLENGE | MULTI-LAP
Must do 3 laps of the long course to win an authentic American Indian made arrow.
This is a very demanding challenge and only 30% of the challenge racers did all 3 laps
last year. You MUST wait to start your second lap until after the last competitive lap
at 10 AM and you must be finished by 5 PM.

SHORT COURSE | 5K
The short course will bypass the most extreme obstacles but will still give you a great challenge. Short course racers are not eligible for awards, getting on the following years shirt or qualifying for the World or North American Championships.

TEAM CHALLENGE | 6.6 MILES
At Indian Mud Run, we don’t only care about the biggest team. We truly appreciate every OCR team’s loyalty, but we also think it’s important to recognize who has the most “BAD ASS TEAM”

The Indian Mud Run team competition will determine the best and most “BAD ASS TEAM” by finishers. Teams can be as big as you want but only the top 7 placers (PRO and/or AGE COMPETITIVE) count towards the team score. This is geared towards established teams, but we will allow people to put all-star teams together. See Team competition rules in Team Challenge page.

Here’s How it Works:

1. Teams can be as big as you want, but only the top 7 placers (PRO and/or AGE COMPETITIVE) count towards the team score. This is geared towards established teams, but we will allow people to put all-star teams together.

2. You must be on a team before race day to count towards that team’s score.

3. This is a low score wins competition. Each first place finish is worth 1 point, second place is worth 2 points, third place is worth 3 points, etc.

Example: Team A has 3 second (6 points), 2 third (6 points), 1 tenth (10 points), and 1 fifteenth place finish (15 points) for a total score of 37. Team B has 3 first (3), one eighth (8), two ninth (18), and one tenth place finish (10) for a total score of 39. Team A wins even though they didn’t have any first-place finishers.

Time

(Saturday) 08:00 - 17:00

Location

Indian Mud Run

Coshocton, OH 43812, USA

Organizer

Friends of the Parkwww.friendsofthepark.com

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